I have a hub page that’s on the first page of Google for the long tail keywords I chose. But it’s been jumping between the No. 1 and No. 8 spot for the past month.
It’s backlinked in two places, anchor linked to my related hub pages and grouped in a hub category.
Is there a strategy one can follow to get it into the No. 1 spot and stay there? I’m asking to see if I’m missing some action I should take.
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